Do nuclear threats work? You may remember that during the recent, ah, unpleasantness with the North Koreans this spring — that is, during another round of their bat-shit crazy intemperate threats of nuclear war — the United States made a point of . . .
You’d think that with the IRS scandal, the Benghazi scandal, the AP scandal, the NSA/Verizon scandal, the Sarin “red line in Syria” scandal, and the general implosion of American foreign policy, I wouldn’t notice or care that my favorite crazy uncle on . . .
What is it about the Air Force Association? First, their president, Lt. Gen. Michael Dunn, made the case back in May that reducing nuclear stockpiles would produce an immoral targeting policy. This is a really important argument, and it’s one that military . . .
So, this is a quick story about a non-story, but a real policy. And that policy is a real problem. The non-story is the exchange today between Congressman Mo Brooks, the Republican member representing Alabama’s Fifth Congressional District, and Ambassador Wendy Sherman, . . .